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Ramaphosa's address on Omicron shows leadership, says brand expert

FILE: President Cyril <a class=Ramaphosa addresses the nation. Picture: GCIS"/>JOHANNESBURG - As South Africa attempts to conflict travel boycotts initiated by way of a few countries against it, brand master Thebe Ikalafeng said that has a tendency to just like the one President Cyril Ramaphosa did on Sunday was a showing of self belief and management. 

In his region, President Ramaphosa become company in his reaction to the motion boycotts via special countries following the identity of the Omicron Covid version on this us of a. 

He approached nations along with the USA, the UK, Mauritius and Rwanda to raise the boycotts, saying that they have been no longer upheld with the aid of any logical proof. 

Ikalafeng said there has been absolute confidence that the new improvements concerning Omicron may thump South Africa's financial system yet not such quite a few the emblem. 

"Any remaining institutions have adulated South Africa, so I do not think there may be a reputational difficulty sway on South Africa through any stretch of the creativeness," Ikalafeng said. 

However, he said that there were things the nation may want to do to forestall any damage to mark South Africa. 

"One, we really need to put forth our defense that but there may be instances considering that, shockingly, the contamination ventures, there could be instances in South Africa and probably special countries. We surely have the frameworks installation to cope with its spread," he said. 

Ikalafeng stated that the president's vicinity changed into additionally a displaying of straightforwardness and earnestness in tending to the new variant. 

South Africa's International Relations Department stated that it become talking with sellers in countries that had set travel boycotts to get them lifted.

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